In the said judgement the 3 judge bench of J. Ranjan Gogoi, J. R. Banumati, J. Navin Sinha dealing with the question was as to whether in a criminal prosecution it will be in consonance with the principles of justice, fair play and fair investigati
This Miscellaneous Application has been preferred by Ms. Sonam Tomar and Ms. Reeta Rani who had participated in the Selection Process initiated for filling up posts of Constables in U.P. Police and secured 2 276.5949 and 233.1908 marks respectively.
While answering the moot question whether the State can provide reservation to in- service candidates in Post Graduate Medical Courses the Supreme Court has observed that Article 21 of the constitution of India imposes an obligation on the State to s
There is no embargo in referring to or relying on an admissible evidence, be of a civil court or criminal court both in civil or criminal proceedings.The pendency of proceedings under Act, 2005 or any order interim or final passed under D.V. Act unde
Whether the appellant due to non-submission of charge sheet within the prescribed period by the prosecution was entitled for grant of bail as per section 167(2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
The SC, in this case, struck down the judgement passed by the HC on the grounds that the right to be released on default bail continues to remain enforceable if the accused has applied for such bail, notwithstanding the pendency of the bail applicati
After hearing the arguments from both the sides the court upheld the claims by the respondent and allowed for the appeals. The court also agreed to the decision of the HC that the respondent was entitled to an exemption from electricity duty, althoug
Balancing the rights is constitutional intendment in the national and more enormous public interest. Regulatory measures cannot be said to be exceeding the concept of limited governance. The regulatory measures in question are for
Writ petitions were filed questioning vires of the notification dated 28.1.2003 issued under Section 2(1)(c)(v) of the SARFAESI Act and the insertion of Section 2(1)(c)(iva) to the SARFAESI Act in 2013.
The Supreme Court allowed the appeal mentioning the failure of compliance of rules by the Arbitral Tribunal and held that the tribunal acted beyond its jurisdiction.